Family is Irrelevant: Disagree
Family is something that no one gets to choose, and no one can change. The best thing to do is be flexible and be able to take what they say and change it for your better understan express their rebellion. In the novels, Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger we get to experience growing up though the eyes of Holden Caulfield a sixteen year old. Whether it means wearing a raccoon tailed hat or ordering a prostitute Holden enjoys drawing attention to himself. He comes from a very wealthy family that lives in New York City. Holden’s parents fit the perfect stereotypes of father and mother figures. His father is stern and expects a lot from Holden. His mother is carrying and loving. Holden has two siblings, DB, older brother who moved to Hollywood to pursue his dreams and younger sister Phoebe who is a brilliant sweet six year old. Holden also had another brother his name was Allie. Holden and his family miss him dearly but know that no matter what he cannot come back. Holden attends a boarding school called Pencey. He has a pretty bad reputation about getting kicked out of schools and this is basically his last resort. “He knew I wasn’t coming back to Pencey. I forgot to tell you about that. They kicked me out.” Holden says sounding totally casual (4). Holden is a kid who most likely did not get much attention at home. Since his brother acted, his other brother died and his sister was a genius Holden was forgotten. He had no major standout aspect unlike his siblings. Although his family loved him they did not give him enough attention, well as much as he required. Holden lashed out and did tings to gain the attention of people, and probably his family. Although one is responsible for their actions Holden’s family, mostly parents pushed him and caused him to rebel in the only way he knew could get him the attention he wanted. When a teenager is pushed into something that they do not want to do, they most likely will not do it. They do...
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